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Ohio’s alternative energy mandate has been placed back on the table for possible termination, while its defenders question how anyone could ignore the benefits this legislation has provided Ohio in job creation, energy security and cost savings.

August 28 -- A U.S. alternative-vehicle loan program criticized by Republican lawmakers for financing two failed startups will resume marketing to industry groups and possible applicants, an Energy Department spokeswoman said.  >>View Article

March 18 -- President Barack Obama is doubling down on the administration's plan to reinvest federal oil-and-gas drilling revenues into next-generation alternative energy technology, unveiled during his State of the Union address last February. >>View Article 

Wednesday, 31 October 2012 16:02

Fort Collins Plant Could Run On Spent Grain

October 31 -- In the continued quest to find new and alternative forms of energy, Fort Collins is taking a look at the concept of a biomass-fueled generation facility, which could possibly run on local breweries’ spent grain. >>View Article 

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